Maybe you have the perfect plan. It was set and good to go. Then, when everything seemed to be going perfectly. You were set up with a MEGA….UBER….ULTRA….FAILLLLL! Check out the stories we have for you in today’s FRIDAY FAIL STORIES!
An actor who accidentally hung himself during an Easter play has tragically died of his injuries. Tiago Klimeck hung himself while re-enacting the suicide of one of Jesus’ apostles during a Passion of Christ performance in Brazil. The play went on for nearly four minutes before any cast members realized there was a problem. Klimeck had been in a coma since the Good Friday performance, and doctors ultimately turned off his life-support on Sunday. Investigators are examining a safety harness he used that was supposed to allow him to hang safely.
Surveillance video shows the bumbling burglary attempt of a man who was later arrested in Ambridge on Sunday, police said.Police said 25-year-old Nicholas Pellon broke into a closed Moh’s Market at 8 a.m. Sunday.”He definitely qualifies as one of the world’s dumbest criminals,” Police Chief James Mann said. “He frequents the store. He does business with the store. He actually has a running tab with the owner.”Police said Pellon stole $150 in cigarettes but was unable to flee the store by climbing the rope he used to drop into it.”The store is basically like Fort Knox,” Mann said. “Once he was in there, he was frantic trying to get out.”
A Virginia man accidentally shot himself and his wife while they were at a gun safety class over the weekend. Michael L. Deel, 54, and his wife, Michelle Deel, 49, are recovering from the injuries they suffered during the Saturday firearms safety course, which was reportedly held inside a private home in Roanoke, Va. The instructor, Thomas Starke, told police he had left the room, heard a shot, and returned to find the Deels injured
A driver waved a flare gun at another vehicle on Interstate 93 on Monday before the gun ultimately went off in his own car, narrowly missing a juvenile passenger, according to the state police. Nicholas Richer, 18, of Manchester pointed the flare gun out his window during a road rage incident. The cops said the incident is still under investigation, but it appears Richer cut off another driver while illegally changing lanes at the plaza. Johnston said the two drivers began yelling and gesturing at each other while traveling at a close proximity northbound on I-93. Several minutes into the incident, Richer pointed the flare gun out the window but fired it and it ricocheted off the window and exploded in the car.
Robbing a grandma a MEGA FAILING: A grandmother in Georgia foiled a robbery by engaging in a full-blown firefight with two armed men outside her daughter’s home over the weekend. Police say that Lulu Campbell had just dropped off her grandson at the house early Saturday morning when two men demanded money outside her car. Campbell says one of the men fired at her, missing. The 57-year-old fired back, striking him in the chest. The second man fled after she shot at him. FAIL FAIL FAIL!